Glassdoor opens German Office in Hamburg

Represents Fourth Office Location in Europe to Support Ongoing Global Growth

HAMBURG, GERMANY (June 12, 2019) Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, has announced today that it has opened its first office in Germany, located in downtown Hamburg. With a German team on site, the company, globally headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, will further expand its products and services for job seekers and employers in Germany. The new office will initially be home to communications, marketing, and sales experts and the office will continue to grow.

Glassdoor offers employers a range of recruiting solutions, including job advertising, job posting and employer branding products. The German Glassdoor office builds on a large base of business clients, including Continental, SAP, Bayer, Zalando, Siemens, Puma and Deutsche Bank. The Hamburg team includes account managers to support existing clients as well as to further develop the business with recruiting solutions.

“With demand outpacing supply for highly skilled workers in Germany, now is the right time for Glassdoor to put teams on the ground to connect the right people with the right employers,” said John Lamphiere, Glassdoor Vice President and Managing Director of EMEA. “Job seekers are increasingly conscious of the career decisions they make and our platform allows them to not only find a job in the first place, but also obtain detailed information about future employers before deciding where to work. No other platform offers such a depth of information on a global scale, combined with jobs, as Glassdoor.”

Glassdoor Global Expansion
Glassdoor, which launched in the USA in 2008, is now the second largest job site in the U.S.1 In early 2015, Glassdoor launched its German site and associated localized mobile apps for iOS and Android. Today, more than 67 million people worldwide use the platform every month to search for jobs and research potential employers.2 Glassdoor has more than 49 million company reviews and insights for more than 900,000 companies worldwide.3 In Germany, Glassdoor receives more than 2.4 million visits every month.4

Last year, Glassdoor was acquired by the Japanese company,  Recruit Holdings, and has since accelerated its international growth. In addition to the existing European offices in Dublin and London, the French office in Paris opened in March. Glassdoor also launched additional local websites in Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand earlier this year, bringing the total to 18 worldwide.

  1. Based on unique users, custom job list sites % Change Media Trend Report, Comscore March 2019 Media Metrix®
  2. Google Analytics, Unique users represents peak monthly unique users in CQ1’19
  3. Glassdoor Internal Data, March 2019
  4. Google Analytics, CQ1’19 average

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Glassdoor combines all the latest jobs with millions of reviews and insights to make it easy for people to find a job that is uniquely right for them. As a result, Glassdoor helps employers hire truly informed candidates at scale through effective recruiting solutions like job advertising and employer branding products. Launched in 2008, Glassdoor now has reviews and insights for more than 900,000 companies located in more than 190 countries. For more information, visit

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